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14 August 2018 08:56 Stephen Rochford commits to fourth season in charge of Mayo

Rochford is understood to have informed members of the Mayo squad last week. STEPHEN ROCHFORD HAS has decided to commit to a fourth season in charge of the Mayo senior football team. Rochford met with Mayo GAA Board chairman, Mike Connelly, to confirm that he will return for the 2019 season and also informed the members of the Mayo squad last week. The Crossmolina

14 August 2018 08:08 Poll: Do you welcome new hotels being built in Dublin?

A number plans for new hotel developments in Dublin have been announced in recent months. FÁILTE IRELAND HAS welcomed the news that a long-vacant site on George’s Street has been cleared for redevelopment as a hotel and retail complex, as reported by Fora.ie last week. It was reported yesterday that plans have also been lodged for a €35 million development

13 August 2018 15:38 Man was secretly recording threatening and verbally abusing his mother, court told

The HSE was told by the High court that it can keep an elderly woman at a nursing home. A MAN WAS secretly recorded in a nursing home threatening and verbally abusing his mother, the High Court has heard. Today the HSE was told by the High court that it can keep an elderly woman, who has a number of medical conditions including dementia, at a nursing 1

13 August 2018 06:49 'We can't rule out further strikes': Ryanair and union reps meeting today in a bid to avoid further travel chaos

Talks will begin later this morning to try to resolve the long-running Ryanair dispute. FURTHER RYANAIR STRIKE action can’t be ruled out as of yet, according to the union representing pilots who are in a dispute with the airline. Ryanair and the Irish Air Line Pilots’ Association, which is part of trade union Fórsa, will meet later today in an attempt 2

11 August 2018 18:00 How many food businesses received closure orders last month? It's the week in numbers

Plus: The number of dogs and puppies rescued by the ISPCA from an illegal dog breeder in Roscommon. EVERY WEEK, TheJournal.ie offers a selection of statistics and numerical nuggets to help you digest the week that has just passed. 86: The number of dogs and puppies rescued by the ISPCA from an illegal dog breeder in Roscommon. 53: The percentage of UK voters 2

11 August 2018 09:00 1,400 food parcels a week, 900 meals a day and 'no sense of it easing up' at the Capuchin Day Centre

Since last year they have also been putting together baby food and nappy packs for families with young children. EVERY WEDNESDAY FROM 6am, a team of volunteers buzz around a cramped storeroom full of tinned beans, packs of sugar, bread and other food supplies to bag up 1,400 parcels for people in need. Brother Sean Donohoe of the Capuchin Day Centre 2

08 August 2018 06:27 First recall petition in UK history opens to unseat Ian Paisley Jr

Paisley Jr has been fighting a PR battle since it emerged that he accepted up to €100,000 in free holidays from the Sri Lankan government. THE FIRST RECALL vote in British history will open today with Republican parties in the North attempting to remove DUP MP Ian Paisley Jr from office. Paisley has been fighting a PR battle since recently admitting 1

07 August 2018 06:32 Hunt for Cork winner of €8.3 million Lotto jackpot

The winning Lotto jackpot numbers are 3, 4, 5, 19, 26, 43, and bonus number is 24. THE NATIONAL LOTTERY is appealing to players in Cork and Waterford to check their tickets as the hunt is on for the winners of Saturday’s €8.3 million Lotto jackpot and Friday’s EuroMillions raffle prize of €1 million. The winning Lotto jackpot ticket was sold in Dunnes 2

06 August 2018 10:59 'Chance of hail' this week as the weather takes a turn

Expect widespread showers in the coming days. TEMPERATURES WILL REACH up to 22 degrees in some parts of the country today, but the weather is set to turn cooler from tomorrow with heavy rain at times and even a chance of some hail. “Staying cooler and fresher for a few days with showers becoming widespread and heavy followed by a spell of rain clearing 5

05 August 2018 16:14 Irish women's hockey team members 'didn't have to pay €550 levy for World Cup'

The issue of funding has been raised due to the success of the women, who are amateur players. IRELAND’S WOMEN’S HOCKEY team did not have to pay a levy of €550 each before the event, according to Sport Ireland. Calls had been made to refund the levy to the women, after they reached today’s world cup final (which you can follow via the liveblog here) 3